is a new and engaging online course.


Eco-Literacy Atlanta can help everyone better understand and appreciate nature in metro Atlanta’s urban forest – especially beginners.


Unlike other field guides, our focus is specifically on the species and ecosystems found in our region’s greenspaces and backyards.


You’ll learn the character and value of native trees, wildlife, and native and invasive ­plants from clear text and beautiful photographs.


The Southeastern US is one of the most impressive, naturally forested areas on our planet, so we can all become better environmental stewards when we’re more familiar with nature here at home.


Our course gives the context as well as the facts: field identification, scientific details and the overall story of the forest are woven together in a format that’s easy to understand and remember.


To view a sample of the course material, to register, and for more details, click HERE

To view and register for Eco-A Naturalist and Stewardship Walks, click HERE.


Join our learning journey to raise the level of

Eco-Literacy in our communities!

Questions? contact us!


Old Growth Beech Tree, Cascade Springs Nature Preserve, Atlanta, photo © Kathryn Kolb